The Colbert Report
Season 6 • 06/30/2010
Nicholas Carr warns that the Internet returns us to a very primitive stage in our mental lives.
Robert C. Byrd Dies at 92The Colbert ReportS6
If Robert Byrd can be snatched away from us in the blink of an eon, isn't it a sobering reminder of our own mortality?
Julian CastroThe Colbert ReportS6
Julian Castro believes Arizona's immigration law comes from legitimate frustration, but the legislation goes overboard.
Basketcase - Stephie's Knicks Hoop-De-Doo Pt. 1The Colbert ReportS6
Stephen asks Coach Mike D'Antoni what it takes to be a Knicks player, besides athletic ability, conditioning, youth and teamwork.
Lube JobThe Colbert ReportS6
Planet BP reporters bring you all the news that's fit to underestimate by 50,000 barrels.
Intro - 6/29/10The Colbert ReportS6
BP puts a positive spin on the oil spill, LeBron James becomes a "free" agent, and Stephen interviews Mayor Julian Castro.
Supreme Court Justice SweetnessThe Colbert ReportS6
To protect the Second Amendment, President Obama must nominate Stephen's gun, Sweetness, as the next Supreme Court justice.
Mysteries of the Ancient Unknown - King Tut's Penis Pt. 1The Colbert ReportS6
Thousands of years of mummification probably gave King Tut a severe case of the Shrinky Dinks.
Cold War Update - North Korea & Russian SpiesThe Colbert ReportS6
North Korea demands reparations from the US, and the FBI arrests 10 Russian spies raising families in the suburbs.
Nicholas CarrThe Colbert ReportS6
Nicholas Carr says the Internet short-circuits our mental processes by constantly bombarding us with information.
Tangelo-American John BoehnerThe Colbert ReportS6
John Boehner is going to be hard hit by the tanning tax because his tanning bed is also his bed.
ThreatDown - Dawn, Actual Food & Texas GOPThe Colbert ReportS6
Dawn causes the BP oil spill, underprocessed SpaghettiOs get recalled, and the Texas GOP wants to criminalize sodomy.
Intro - 7/1/10The Colbert ReportS6
Texas Republicans want to criminalize homosexuality, and Manny Howard turns his New York City backyard into a farm.
Al Qaeda Starts Inspire MagazineThe Colbert ReportS6
Al Qaeda's Inspire Magazine appeals to American terrorists with features like "Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's Manscaping Tips."
Sign Off - Obsessive-Compulsive DisorderThe Colbert ReportS6
Viewers with obsessive-compulsive disorder are going to want to turn off the TV, turn it back on again, then turn it back off.
Manny HowardThe Colbert ReportS6
Manny Howard tried to grow tilapia in his bathtub and almost beat a rabbit to death with a dustpan in self-defense.
Electronic Frontier Foundation - Cindy CohnThe Colbert ReportS6
Cindy Cohn doubts that President Obama is coming for our guns online and doesn't find Stephen's Hitler joke funny.
Michio KakuThe Colbert ReportS6
Michio Kaku believes we will have something resembling a Harry Potter invisibility cloak within the coming decades.
Stephen Is SickThe Colbert ReportS6
Stephen is all set to do the show with his Colbert Report robe, little bunny slippers and nana's blanket.
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